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For around the modem-day equivalent of E9,000, many rich Ancient Egyptians had their internal organs removed after death and their cadavers immersed in salt for 80 days prior to embalming. But how and why was this done?
Egyptologists explain, and talk about their fascination with exhumed bodies.
Producer Fergus Keeling
Contributors Producer: Fergus Keeling